Don L. Anderson, former president of the American Geophysical Union and a true renaissance man in the field of Earth and planetary science, passed away 2 December 2014. He was 81.
Climate scientists gathered in Washington, D. C., to meet with congressional staff and to emphasize the importance of climate science and its role in protecting jobs, infrastructure, and public safety.
"Hot spots" of species richness currently include the Bering Sea, Lancaster Sound, Baffin Bay, and Davis Strait. Will this change as sea ice melts?
Despite favorable conditions within eddies and streamers that form ideal habitats for larval sardines, the young fish may not survive when flushed into the open ocean.
The Obama administration’s budget request for NOAA would provide a substantial increase in many areas and would support key agency priorities.
A new examination of nitrogen in the coastal waters off the Pacific Northwest shows that the Salish Sea delivers a large fraction of nutrients to shelf waters.
The program review was prompted by demographic changes in the AGU membership and the growth of interdisciplinary sciences.
Analysis of a volcano may help explain why some eruptions produce volcanic balloons–hollow chunks of lava that encase a gas-filled cavity.
Twenty years of ground motion observations show that seismic strain is accumulating south of Istanbul.
Armed with Internet connections, smartphones, and Twitter handles, citizens around the world are helping seismologists track earthquakes.